Summers in DC are always jam-packed with events, but when the interns go home and Congress comes back into session, there are still some amazing events for DC residents and conservative politicos on the rise to attend. Having just moved to the District, I’ve been on the hunt for ways to spend my evenings and enrich my mind. So far, have not been disappointed. Here are seven events going on in DC this fall that every conservative should check out. If you aren’t going to be in the area at that time, many of these events will also be live-streamed or available for viewing at a later date.

The 9th Annual Buckley Awards Hosted by America’s Future Foundation

Join America’s Future Foundation and the nation’s leading freedom-minded young professionals as we celebrate the 9th Annual Buckley Award recipients and their work to limit government and increase liberty across the United States. Meet and mingle with the this year’s winners, the esteemed selection committee, and other inspiring leaders from across the free market movement at this must attend event.

Welcome to Washington: Navigating DC Hosted by the Kirby Center

Join America’s Future Foundation, Leadership Institute, and Hillsdale College Kirby Center for an evening all about living and working in our Nation’s capitol! Hear from an expert panel on what it takes to succeed professionally and personally in this town, followed by a networking reception with appetizers and cocktails.

The Joseph Story Distinguished Lecture Hosted by the Heritage Foundation

The Heritage Foundation’s Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies is honored to announce that Senator Orrin G. Hatch will deliver our tenth Joseph Story Distinguished Lecture.

The Coddling of the American Mind Disscusion Hosted by American Enterprise Institute

In “The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure” (Penguin Press, 2018), First Amendment expert Greg Lukianoff and social psychologist Jonathan Haidt take on the new guiding philosophy in America’s educational system that students are fragile and need to be protected from invading ideas.

Allie Stuckey Lecture at Georgetown University Hosted by CBLPI

The Conservative Millennial will speak to students and community members at Georgetown University. 

Books and Bourbon – An Afternoon Benefiting Our Troops Hosted by Rebellion DC

Yellowhammer Social invites you join Pulitzer Prize Nominated Author, Jack Sacco – ‘Where the Birds Never Sing’ for an unforgettable afternoon of Patriotism, Bourbon and Beers for a cause.

Conservative Podcasting School Hosted by the Leadership Institute

Only a few of the many thousands of people who launch podcasts see their podcasts become a success. You can be one of them! Learn how from the experts at The Leadership Institute’s Conservative Podcasting School.

Aryssa D
FFL Cabinet Member